Yamaha launched the BS6-compliant version of the FZ V3 in India at Rs 99,200 (ex-showroom). In and around that price range you can opt for six motorcycles. Here is what the list looks like-Read full story
Yamaha is one of the early players to hop on the BS-VI bandwagon as it recently launched the BS-VI-compliant versions of the FZ V3 and the FZ S V3. Now, these motorcycles could soon witness one of their closest rivals, the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, to be introduced as a BS-VI model. Read full story
It all started with the FZ-16 that was introduced in India back in 2008. It was the bike all the young guns wanted. Fast forward to 2019 and here you have the FZ-S V3 which, as the insightful lot of you might have guessed right, is the third generation of the FZ-16. How much has changed over the years? Is it still…the ‘Lord of the Streets’?
Considering the naked styling and engine displacement of the Gixxer, it faces competition from the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and the Yamaha FZ V3 in India. Now, let’s check out which among the three emerges a better premium commuter in this on-paper comparison.
Contributing a lion share to the overall sales for the company, Yamaha has now introduced accessories for the motorcycles. While a few of these accessories are intended purely to enhance the overall look of the motorcycle, the rest have a thoughtful purpose.